You might wonder: have Syrian Christians experienced any persecution because of their faith? Yes, according to Pope Francis who calls it a genocide. Tens of thousands Christians have fled Aleppo after 1,000 of their community, including two Orthodox bishops, were abducted and murdered, to site but one example.
At one point, Christians represented ten percent of the population of Syria. So why has the U.S. only accepted 53 Syrian Christian refugees when at the same time we’ve accepted nearly 2000 Syrian Muslims?
Why the bias?Read More
POPE FRANCIS: “I think it is not right to identity Islam with violence. This is not right and this is not true.”Read More
By Tom Quiner Promiscuous gay men increase their risk of prostate cancer. Doctors in Montreal surveyed 3200 people on their sexual and disease history. Data reveals that men who only sleep with men and who had sex with at least 20 different partners in their lifetime had double the incidence of prostate cancer than men who…Read More
Which lifestyle would you encourage your child to pursue?
LIFESTYLE #1 will reduce his life expectancy by an average of 13.5 years according to medical data.
LIFESTYLE #2 will reduce his life expectancy by an average of 20 years according to medical data.
In light of the data, the obvious answer is…Read More
Is it the altitude? Is it free cocktails? Is it the urging of a captive media hungry for headlines? Is it a loquacious and friendly Pope who likes to freewheel and think aloud? I just don’t know. But now we are told that Christians “have to apologize for so many things, not just for this (treatment of gay people), but we must ask for forgiveness. Not just apologize – forgiveness.”Read More
It’s been 99 years today since Our Lady of Fatima appeared to three children in Portugal. See my previous post for background (“The Oddity of Fatima.”)
She revealed three secrets. The second warned of the risk Russia posed to the world and the Church if she was not converted to the faith. According to the ‘Lady’:
“… she [Russia] will spread her errors throughout the world, causing wars and persecutions of the Church.”Read More
In light of recent events, I am re-running a blogpost from 2013 which features timely commentary by Antonin Scalia and Pope Francis…Read More